Visitors in town for Miss USA see what the Red Stick has to offer
BATON ROUGE - People from all over the country are in the Red Stick to witness which lady will walk away with the crown and be the next Miss USA.
"I've always watched Miss USA since I was little and I've never been in pageants," said Sandy Kutyna, who is in town with her daughter who is Miss Teen Virginia.
Ann Kutyna, Sandy's daughter said this is her first time in Baton Rouge and is excited to see what happens on pageant day.
"I've never been to Miss USA before and its always been a dream of mine just to come and watch," said Ann Kutyna.
Other first timers in the Capital City told News Two they're checking out museums, the Old State Capitol and much more.
The Miss USA pageant will air live, Sunday at 7 pm, on WBRZ's sister station WBTR and on Reelz Channel.
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